PhD Student Wins ASEE ERM Diversity Paper Award

November 5, 2015

freddie_paigePh.D Student Freddy Page was part of a team of authors that won the best paper award at the 2015 American Society of Engineering Education National Conference(ASEE).

The paper A Series of Singular Testimonies: A New Way to Explore Unearned Advantages and Unearned Disadvantages focuses on innovating Educational Research and Methods (ERM) for understanding the social factors affecting the recruitment, retention and career development of the diverse set of students in engineering.

Freddy collaborated with his co-advisor Dr. Julie Martin, Assistant Professor in Clemson’s Engineering & Science Education Department, as well as other Engineering and Science Education doctoral students on this paper.

Freddy’s research focuses on infrastructure design promoting sustainability and energy literacy. Mr. Paige received his B.S. and M.S in Civil Engineering from Clemson University.